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Originally Posted by c2thew View Post


i'm still a novice overclocker, and i'm having very large temperature discrepancies between core 1 and the other 3 cores.
and now.... a wave of pictures.

My first application was with arctic MX-2 but i also purchased mx-4 and noticed a 2-3 degrees drop in difference.

applying arctic MX-4 note: i did not use alcohol to remove the previous grease. I just cleaned it as best as i could with a tissue.

some strange patterns underneath the IHS. maybe this is why my cpu chip has one core that is 10 degrees difference than another one while under load.

redoing the arctic MX-4 in hopes of getting better, even temperatures.... nope. I did get a cooler core 2, but the other 3 cores are still higher.


re-cleaned and reapplied arctic mx-4

amount of TIM i used on the cpu die


amount used on the IHS and the hyper 212 evo.
4.6 1.272 68 76 80 77
4.7 1.368 78 90 93 89
4.7 1.368 78 90 93 90 run #2
I'm pretty much just putting 45,46,47 in the cpu bios and then running intel burn tests rather than doing a fixed voltage to overclock. Will the cpu achieve an overclock if you use a fixed voltage say 1.19 @ 47 or will it crash? still very confused about the terminology about the asrock bios.
i am tempted though to get some collaboratory liquid ultra, but it's an added cost and i'm not getting even temperatures across the board like others have been getting.

I think you put way too much TIM everywhere ... either try 1/10th of what you use and spread it on the die wink.gif or use at most a quarter of what you put... with CLU on the die I use a tiny bit, literally quarter of rice grain or even less ... CLU contains a nice brush, make it easy to spread it evenly on the die and IHs.

you need to switch to Ultra High LLC (75%), I think that is Level 2 in Asrock BIOS and then manually up the vcore (either fixed or vcore offset) until stable for the given multiplier. Try using Cinebench 11.5 x64, makes it much quicker and actually calls for more vcore than IBT does and yet Cinebench doesn't generate such horrible temps as IBT does. scroll back a few pages and find how to check for WHEA warnings, when you see them in Windows Event Logs then you need to up the vcore further until no such warnings occur during stress testing.
post #6542 of 33682
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Originally Posted by xTristinx View Post

Well it seems like with a lot of trial and error i got a 5.0ghz overclock. Seems pretty stable too.
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2633115

How long did you run prime for in the picture? From what I can tell it's at 5 min or so. How long did you test it and what were your max temps?
post #6543 of 33682
Yes, first time working with Ultra. I ended up removing the ultra and placing it on again. Used less before seating the lid. I will run 3Dmark11 and see what my Physics score is.
post #6544 of 33682
Have many people tried IX as a compound after delid? Curious because I will have an extra one but its quite a pain to rip the MB out to put this stuff on...
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Still Testing it currently. Highest core temp is 76. Had a weird freeze so stepped my voltage up to 1.54

EDIT: 20 minute mark hit a high of 86
Edited by xTristinx - 12/29/12 at 6:55pm
   
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Whats peoples preferences on using the IHS.
   
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Whats peoples preferences on using the IHS.

Pretty sure most of us are using them. I am and lapped it as well.
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Just completed my new build. Updating my system profile soon. Hated the high temps. So did the delid with no problems. Looks like I have a better than average 3770K. Before delid, hit 4.8Ghz Intel burn stable. Highest core at 1.37V (CPUz reading) was hitting 91C. After delid highest temp at 1.37V (CPUz reading) was 73C. Now at 5.1Ghz @ 1.472V (CPUz reading) my highest core temp is 84C. Another great bonus here is i'm running 16GB memory @ 2666 with timings 10-12-12-31. thumb.gif
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2633042




OCN name: Cool Mike
CPU: i7 3770K
on die-TIM: Coolabratory Liquid Ultra
ihs-TIM: GELID GC Extreme
Mhz gained: 300 Mhz over the OEM HS
OC after delid: 5.1 Ghz
Temp drops: No comparable data. Did not record electronic data before delid. OEM @ 4.8 Ghz at 1.37(CPUz reading) core temp was 91C, after delid temps dropped to 73C @ 4.8 Ghz at 1.37 (CPUz reading) Highest core = 18­° drop. Running all four cores with hyper threading at 5.1 Ghz at 1.472V core (CPUz reading) highest core temp 84C.
CPU-Z validation of max OC: http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2633042

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I think you put way too much TIM everywhere ... either try 1/10th of what you use and spread it on the die wink.gif or use at most a quarter of what you put... with CLU on the die I use a tiny bit, literally quarter of rice grain or even less ... CLU contains a nice brush, make it easy to spread it evenly on the die and IHs.
you need to switch to Ultra High LLC (75%), I think that is Level 2 in Asrock BIOS and then manually up the vcore (either fixed or vcore offset) until stable for the given multiplier. Try using Cinebench 11.5 x64, makes it much quicker and actually calls for more vcore than IBT does and yet Cinebench doesn't generate such horrible temps as IBT does. scroll back a few pages and find how to check for WHEA warnings, when you see them in Windows Event Logs then you need to up the vcore further until no such warnings occur during stress testing.

wow, you are right about the amount of TIM i put on the cpu die. I'll go ahead and disassemble everything again and put less tim and report back.

http://cdn.overclock.net/9/90/90ed2070_IMG_0045.jpeg

reseated my ihs and heat sink again and used less TIM.... results = temperatures got worse.


Edited by c2thew - 12/29/12 at 8:33pm
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wow, you are right about the amount of TIM i put on the cpu die. I'll go ahead and disassemble everything again and put less tim and report back.
http://cdn.overclock.net/9/90/90ed2070_IMG_0045.jpeg

that amount looks about right if you spread it with some spatula. I am unsure how it will spread if you simply slap the IHS back on (could be it won't reach the far edges).
also when replacing the IHS on the PCB/DIE, make sure to position it a tiny bit towards the top (opposite of the black tag at bottom of PCB), because it will slide by around 2mm when you clamp it down in the socket. FYI, if it was positioned correctly and it slid when clamping down then usually the IHS is sitting at angle on the die and making poor contact with bottom portion of it. Note the black tag area is elevated on the PCB, that's why IHS stops on it when it slides during clamping down.

anyways, good luck! thumb.gif
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